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Can Police Question a Juvenile Without a Parent Present?
Can Police Question a Juvenile Without a Parent Present?

Unfortunately, minors can make mistakes that lead to run-ins with law enforcement. As with crimes concerning adults, the police may investigate juvenile offenses by questioning the individuals involved. Before an interrogation commences, law enforcement officials must ...

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